New Custom Kitchen Cabinets
If you’d like to change the layout of your kitchen, need special cabinetry or simply want a new and fresh look, we can help. With countless styles, colors and materials to choose from, we make it easy to create the kitchen of your dreams. Need more cabinets or storage? We can help with that too! Just ask our team.
Before & After
The projects you see here are all real kitchen remodeling jobs, in homes like yours. They’re not fantasy pictures of designer showrooms—they’re kitchens families use every day. These custom cabinetry projects, by Kitchen Tune-Up locations around the country, show how we tailor remodeling to fit homeowners’ unique needs and realistic budgets! You’ll see how each kitchen looked before, and how that same space looks now. Why do we always show you both the kitchen remodel before and after versions? We want you to see for yourself just how much difference Kitchen Tune-Up can make.
Multi-award-winning new cabinet project from Wichita, KS! All new elements including white shaker doors, gold hardware, Cambria quartz countertops, gray subway tile backsplash, new light fixtures, and floating shelves. This project was a National Project of the Month award winner and Chrysalis Remodeling Award winner for remodels under $75,000.
Sometimes, rather than refacing or redooring, a client opts for new cabinets. You see the results in this lovely kitchen, with its shaker style cabinets in a cool pewter color. The island, originally dark and heavy-looking, gains texture and lightness in a gray driftwood tone with a white countertop, veined in pale gray, to match the cabinets’ countertops. The dark walls are gone, replaced with white subway tile all the way from counters to ceiling–a dramatic change! The counter is transformed with a new, deep stainless steel sink. Floating shelves in driftwood add style as well as storage.
Brand new cabinets, along with other additions, made this dream kitchen come to life. The original dark and dated cabinets were upgraded to fresh white shaker. The backsplash and countertops went from builder grade to sleek subway tile and marble. The uppers were modified to allow for a new stainless-steel hood. Lastly, much more space was added with the addition of a new island with complementary paneling. Our customers were so excited to use their new space!
First, we’ll visit with you for an initial consultation. If you know what you want, we’ll help you achieve it. However, if you need creative ideas, we’ll show you plenty, and knowing that our company has years of experience, you can rest assured knowing that those will be good ones. Your wants and needs are most important to us when it comes to designing your kitchen. Don’t be afraid to bring your own photos or drawings of cabinets to the table; those will help us understand exactly what you have in mind. On our second visit, we’ll share beautiful, full-color designs for your review. This will allow you to really visualize your new space and make any changes you need. Finally, we’ll order and install your new custom cabinetry.
You are the only person who can answer this question, but we can help guide you to the right solution for your needs and investment. Sometimes painting your cabinets could be enough, but it won’t be a great solution in every instance. If your cabinets have served you for a long time, they might be in a bad enough state so that a simple paint job won’t do the trick, and replacing them will be a far better option. If you’re looking to dramatically change the appearance or functionality of your kitchen, custom cabinets may be the right choice for you. Before you decide, please take a look at our full range of options, including the Tune-Up, Cabinet Refacing and Cabinet Redooring.
As with all products, the price of custom cabinets depends on the type and the quality of the cabinets you choose and which company you purchase them from. As an established, company with operations throughout the United States, we’re able to command favorable pricing from top cabinet manufacturers. And we pass these savings on to you! This helps to stretch your investment when you purchase custom kitchen cabinets that will serve you for years. If you have any questions about custom kitchen cabinets, feel free to contact our representatives – consultations don’t cost you a dime, and we’ll be glad to help you improve your kitchen by choosing cabinets that will match the design of your kitchen perfectly!
Simply put: no! Even if you think that your kitchen requires remodeling and that installing custom kitchen cabinets would be a good idea, you might be afraid that the entire process is going to be time-consuming, and after it’s done, your kitchen will be extra messy. However, we’ve got good news: most projects are completed in days. We will always clean up after ourselves. We are aware that such projects can be troublesome for you and your family, which is why we’ll do the job as quickly as it is possible. We try to minimize the disruption to your life brought by the process of installation of custom cabinets.
We can install additional custom cabinets, drawers and even islands. Talk to your Kitchen Tune-Up representative to find out what they can offer to help you make the most of your home.
We have a comprehensive range of high-quality styles, colors and finishes to help you create the kitchen of your dreams.
Made to Order
Know what you want? We will help you achieve it! Need creative ideas? We have years of experience and plenty of creative ideas to achieve results you will love.
Fast & Clean
Most custom cabinet projects are completed in just days. We will always clean up after ourselves and try to minimize the disruption to your life brought by the process of installing new kitchen cabinets.
What are my cabinet choices?
We have a comprehensive range of high-quality kitchen cabinet doors and you are sure to find the perfect match for your kitchen style. There are three main cabinet door styles to choose from: raised panel cabinet doors, recessed panel cabinet doors, and slab panel doors.
Types of Cabinet Doors
Raised Panel Cabinet Doors
This type of cabinet door offers a more traditional or ornate look with a raised central panel. Raised panel doors are a great choice for colonial, rustic, or Mediterranean-style kitchens.
Recessed Panel Kitchen Cabinet Doors
If the style of your kitchen is more contemporary or modern, the sleek look of recessed panel kitchen cabinet doors might fit the bill. However, their minimalistic look means that they can fit in with most styles. As their name suggests, they have a recessed central panel. The most popular type of recessed panel cabinets is shaker cabinets, named after the Quaker breakaway group, the Shakers, who first manufactured this type of cabinet in the 18th Century.
Slab Panel Doors
These are flat kitchen cabinet doors with no panels; they are ideal if you want to emphasize other parts of your kitchen, such as countertops or lighting. And similar to recessed doors, they can complement most kitchen styles. They are also known as European-style cabinet doors, where they have been popular for decades.
Your personal style is important, and at Kitchen Tune-Up we want your kitchen to match that style. Check out our Door Catalog to find what variation of colors and designs are best for your dream kitchen.
You can also try out our Design Tool to visualize what your new cabinets will look like.
Kitchen Tune-Up offers a great selection of wood choices, as well as other materials that make great, durable custom cabinets. Talk with your kitchen consultant about the differences and what will be best for your project. The perfect choice of custom kitchen cabinets will depend on your needs, preferences, but also your budget. If you aren’t sure which type of wood or cabinetry would be the best for you, then don’t be afraid to reach out to us – the consultations with our representatives are completely free! You can also try our Design Tool to visualize what your new cabinets will look like.
Oak has been a popular wood for cabinet and furniture making for many centuries. Oak is perfect for kitchen and bath cabinet doors and will blend in with many different design styles. Oak is a hard and heavy coarse-grained wood with a choice of red and white varieties and stains well in a range of color finishes.
Cherry is a luxury wood that will add warmth to any room. Like a fine wine, kitchen cabinet doors made from cherry will age over time and darken when it is exposed to light. If you are looking for a darker elegant color, cherry could be the wood that matches your style.
Other popular woods that are used for cabinet doors include Alder, Hickory, and Walnut.
Maple is a durable and popular smooth-grained hardwood that is ideal for use in cabinetry. One of the benefits of maple is that it can be finished to resemble more expensive woods like cherry or cedar.
Rigid Thermofoil Cabinet Doors
A cost-effective, durable, and long-lasting alternative to wood doors are Rigid Thermofoil cabinet doors. RTF doors consist of a Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) core with a durable vinyl laminate bonded onto it using heat and pressure. As RTF cabinet doors are layered with colored vinyl, they won’t fade even with years of use. RTF is also non-porous, making it easy to clean up any splatters or spills to your cabinet doors. This is why RFT doors are one of our top sellers; we have them available in several shades, including cream, gray and white, as well as wood grain colors.
Bring Your Vision to Life
Check out our virtual kitchen Design Tool and design your dream kitchen from top to bottom and everything in between; you can move things around, try out different cabinet styles and finishes, choose countertop and flooring options and more. Paint the walls with one click and design the kitchen in your favorite style.